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Wednesday 13th December 2017

Computer Weekly 2017 information security thesis series: Safety Meshing Hybrid Trust Models in Social Networks for End-to-End Encryption

Computer Weekly 2017 information security thesis series: Safety Meshing Hybrid Trust Models in Social Networks for End-to-End Encryption
Description
Every year a number of the top graduates of the GCHQ accredited MSc Information Security programme contributes valuable white papers to the Information Security industry through a thesis series hosted by Computer Weekly. In the ninth article - "Safety Meshing: Hybrid Trust Models in Social Networks for End-to-End Encryption" - of our Computer Weekly 2017 Royal Holloway Information Security thesis series, Max Kington considers an approach to enhancing trust in social networks which is a combination of centralised and distributed trust systems.
Date:
13/12/2017

Professor Keith Mayes appointed to the Silicon Trust Innovation Council

Professor Keith Mayes appointed to the Silicon Trust Innovation Council
Description
Professor Keith Mayes has been appointed to The Silicon Trust's 2017 Innovation Council. The Silicon Trust is a well-established marketing program for smart card solutions with high visibility in the worldwide government and identification (ID) markets. The purpose of the panel is to help define the core areas of product innovation and application trends in the Government ID sector for the Silicon Trust.
Date:
13/12/2017
Wednesday 22nd November 2017

Computer Weekly 2017 information security thesis series: Active defence through deceptive IPS

Computer Weekly 2017 information security thesis series: Active defence through deceptive IPS
Description
Every year a number of the top graduates of the GCHQ accredited MSc Information Security programme contributes valuable white papers to the Information Security industry through a thesis series hosted by Computer Weekly. In the eighth article - "Active defence through deceptive IPS" - of our Computer Weekly 2017 Royal Holloway Information Security thesis series, Apostolis Machas proposes an active approach to gathering threat intelligence, using honeypots to deceive an attacker.
Date:
22/11/2017
Thursday 26th October 2017

ISG lecturer Dr Liz Quaglia appears in the Mobile Security Research Hall of Fame

ISG lecturer Dr Liz Quaglia appears in the Mobile Security Research Hall of Fame
Description
Dr Liz Quaglia, lecturer in the Information Security Group, together with her co-authors Maxime Meyer and Ben Smyth, is now appearing on GSMA's Hall of Fame for their work on GSMA's M2M Remote Provisioning specification and the responsible disclosure of several attacks that have the ability to impact the mobile industry and its customers.
Date:
26/10/2017
Thursday 12th October 2017

Another successful open day for the ISG Smart Card and IoT Security Centre

Another successful open day for the ISG Smart Card and IoT Security Centre
Description
The Smart Card Centre Open Day 2017 took place on 30th August 2017 in the Picture Gallery, Founder's Building, Royal Holloway University of London.The free exhibition (50:50 mix of industry and student exhibits was a relaxed networking and exhibition event for its sponsors, supporters and industry lecturers plus honoured guests and students. The Open Day included practical demonstrations of products and technology.
Date:
12/10/2017
Friday 6th October 2017

Royal Holloway highlighted in Science and Innovation Audit

Royal Holloway highlighted in Science and Innovation Audit
Description
Innovation South stands out in the UK for its expertise across a range of digital enabling technologies, with world-leading research and innovation at Royal Holloway, University of London playing a major part.
Date:
06/10/2017
Thursday 5th October 2017

Professor Keith Mayes to speak at CyberMaryland 2017

Professor Keith Mayes to speak at CyberMaryland 2017
Description
Professor Mayes will be presenting "Exploring US/UK Collaboration on Cyber Education, Research & Training" at CyberMaryLand 2017 on 12th October 2017.
Date:
05/10/2017
Wednesday 4th October 2017

Professor Steve Babbage honoured with commemorative plaque by the ISG

Professor Steve Babbage honoured with commemorative plaque by the ISG
Description
Professor Keith Mayes has presented Professor Steve Babbage with a plaque honouring his contribution as Visiting Professor to the Information Security Group at Royal Holloway, University of London. Professor Babbage was recently appointed as a Visiting Professor of the Information Security Group at Royal Holloway.
Date:
04/10/2017
Monday 18th September 2017

MSc Induction 2017/18

MSc Induction 2017/18
Description
MSc induction RHUL ISG
Date:
18/09/2017
Tuesday 12th September 2017

Royal Holloway PhD student wins best paper award at conference in Japan

Royal Holloway PhD student wins best paper award at conference in Japan
Description
Nasser Al Fannah, a current PhD student in the Information Security Group at Royal Holloway University of London, has won the best paper prize at IWSEC 2017, the 12th International Workshop on Security, to be held in Hiroshima, Japan at the end of August. The paper 'Not All Browsers Are Created Equal: Comparing Web Browser Fingerprintability', was co-authored by Wanpeng Li, a recent former ISG PhD student.
Date:
12/09/2017
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